Consequently, the ground below the market is an archaeologist's dream. They have created a very interesting interactive museum below the current indoor market. At one point, we looked up at the glass ceiling realized we were below the fountain we'd been sitting at less than an hour before.
This is the market exterior. Inside they sell crafts, amber jewelry, etc.
One of the typical tourist pleasures....being driving in a horse-drawn carriage around the city. I wanted to go, but so far, we haven't.
And many pigeons in the square. They fly right towards you as you're walking along. People think it's cool to have their kids feed them...ew. flying rats...